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What's in our Suitcase this Summer?

Going away this Summer? Unsure what to pack? We've got it covered!

 

Whether your off on an exotic beach holiday, camping under the stars or taking in the sights of the countryside this Summer we've got it sorted for you here at Kids Cavern! Here's what's going to be in our Suitcase this summer, what's going to be in yours?

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For the little Princess in your life the super cute Kate Mack bikini will most definately put a smile on her face while she's swimming in style!

Supertrash have some fabulous garments to for the older girls your holidaying with, the ultra comfortable harem pants and matching T-shirt will be ideal for those Summer nights! Matching flip flops will finish this look of beautifully!

Lili Gaufrette's fabulous straw hat keeps your little one shielded from the sun. Scotch R'Belle allows your little one to accessorize in style with their amazing aztec backpack! Step2wo have got the most perfect little Summer sandals to complete any look, available in a variety of colours! Finally Oilily have something that every girl needs 'toiletries' with a fabulously scented collection of shower gels and perfumes.

 

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For the little man in your life Moncler have got it sorted with these swim shorts available in a variety of colours, he will most definitely be swimming and sunbathing in style!

Marc Jacobs and Armani offer some fabulous coloured T-Shirts and polos that will complete any Summer outfit.

Armani's super stylish eagle front cap will keep your little one shielded from the sun. Y3 allows the older boy your holidaying with to accessorise in style with their super stylish man bag! Gucci and Armani have the most beautiful sandals to complete any outfit, these are a must for our suitcase!

Tips to stay safe in the Sun!

1. Apply sunscreen generously. If you're using a cream, the amount of sunscreen you should use is about the size of a regular golf-ball, or 1 ounce.

Use more than you think you need. Most people do not use enough sunscreen, stopping at somewhere between one-fourth and one-half the quantity applied to test sunscreens.

Start ahead of time. Ideally, begin applying sunscreen at least a half hour before you go out. It takes approximately 20 minutes for sunscreen to become effective after it has been applied.

 

2. Stay out of the sun. This is especially important between 10am and 4pm; UV is at its highest around the middle of the day, when the sun is directly overhead.

Make the most of shade. Finding a spot in the shade.

Create your own shade. As well as using a hat, carrying an umbrella or parasol and making use of it to keep off the sun is a very good way of keeping you safe. Cover up.

 

3. Cover Up

Light layers of clothing work best, in light colours which reflect heat, rather than dark ones, which absorb it. Try a shell or tank top, and then wear a light camp shirt open over that. Natural fibers like cotton are cooles

Wear light-coloured, loose fitting clothing. It will keep you cooler and help prevent sunburn by reflecting the sunlight. Be aware, though, that clothing may not block sunlight completely. In fact, an ordinary t-shirt may only be the equivalent of SPF 5. Look for clothing designed to block sun, even up to SPF 50, if you spend a lot of time outdoors.

 

4. Stay hydrated. Water is the best choice for keeping hydrated on warm and hot days (and cold days too!). If you're going to be exercising heavily, a sports drink can help to replace electrolytes.

Drink in proportion to how much you perspire, but remember that too much too quickly can harm you.

Be aware that too much sugar, as can be found in soda, can undermine the benefits of the liquid.
 

5. Stay out of the sun. This is especially important between 10am and 4pm; UV is at its highest around the middle of the day, when the sun is directly overhead.

Make the most of shade. Finding a spot in the shade

Create your own shade. As well as using a hat, carrying an umbrella or parasol and making use of it to keep off the sun is a very good way of keeping you safe. 

 

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